IsoCubeSim is my cuboid (LxMxN) simulator, but I've made a few variations which do other things. It was specifically designed to be used for computer speedcubing - before the era of more complex keyboard-controlled cube sims, many of the world speed records were set on this program. IsoCubeSim and IsoSupercubeSim have the following features (the others are a bit older):
- Play with any size cube or cuboid from 1x1x2 to 100x100x100 and bigger - use +/- to change the size of each axis, or set any size you like in the menu.
- Save and load solves from the menu.
- Click and drag a sticker to do a move, but unlike some other simulators, Iso will detect even very small drags.
- Hold Shift to do a half turn, and Ctrl to do a rotation, or swap the two if you want. (All controls are viewable ingame.)
- Zoom in and out of the puzzle with PgUp and PgDn.
IsoCubeSim is distributed as a self-executable .jar file. You should be able to run it like an application, if you have Java installed. Because a certain browser doesn't handle .jar files correctly, I've included each one in a .zip file. Here are the versions available for download:
- IsoCubeSim (version 2.0) - the original
- IsoSupercubeSim (version 2.0) - a supercube version (all pieces have only one solved location)
- IsoILLusionSim - simulates the V-cube "ILLusion" puzzle on odd NxNxN cubes - the even ones are iffy
- CircleCubeSim - simulates a version of the odd Circle Cube puzzles; try to imagine the outer layer as the 'shell' and the rest as centers
- IsoMinxSim - megaminx, gigaminx, and so on; supports keyboard controls too! (Space is scramble and Esc is restore, to not conflict with the keyboard turns.)